I would argue that most of us from the Western world immediately think of the physical aspect of yoga: the poses. Moving your body through space. And many people don’t realize that the physical part of yoga (called asana) is just a small piece of a much larger whole.
The seventh and final chakra in my two-month-long challenge. The crown chakra is symbolic of your connection with the Divine. The universe, God, Gaia, whatever you’d like to call it. It is the thousand-petaled lotus, a culmination of the openness and harmony of the six other chakras.
Ah, the third eye. Probably the most well-known chakra in Western society. Personally, I’ve gone through phases of following my intuition and ignoring it.
What do you do for a living? Have you ever dreaded that question? Steered clear of the subject before it was asked? Felt nervous that someone will judge you for the way you earn your living?
Both literally and figuratively, the throat chakra is my most unbalanced energy center. I have a long history of strep throat, bronchitis, and laryngitis, not to mention my frequent struggles with communicating what I think and how I feel.
This is the one I’ve been really excited for. Join me for my experience following a heart chakra sequence
Here we are with our solar plexus/manipura chakra 🔥 I was expecting a lot of core work, but the rest was a bit of a surprise!
Welcome back to the chakra challenge! Today we are practicing a sequence for the sacral/svadhisthana chakra
Join me for my first experience following a root chakra sequence
If you’re experiencing frustration, loneliness, or doubt during this time, ask yourself – in some crazy way, is this what I need?